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October 2018
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Path to Publish - the monthly AJP newsletter

The 2018 PISA meeting is set to take place in less than two short weeks! The abstracts for the upcoming meeting are available in the October issue of The American Journal of Pathology, and physical copies will also be available once we get to Ann Arbor.  Thank you to all the authors who have submitted their abstracts for presentation and publication, we hope that some of this work will develop into full manuscript submissions sent into AJP in the future!

Editor's Choice

Expanding upon the Human Myometrial Stem Cell Hypothesis and the Role of Race, Hormones, Age, and Parity in a Profibroid Environment

Open Access
Blockade of Hedgehog Signaling Attenuates Biliary Cystogenesis in the Polycystic Kidney (PCK) Rat
Ongoing Lung Inflammation and Disease Progression in Mice after Smoking Cessation: Beneficial Effects of Formyl-Peptide Receptor Blockade
ASIP Member Submissions
Chaperone-Mediated Autophagy Promotes Beclin1 Degradation in Persistently Infected Hepatitis C Virus Cell Culture  
The Secretin/Secretin Receptor Axis Modulates Ductular Reaction and Liver Fibrosis through Changes in Transforming Growth Factor-β1–Mediated Biliary Senescence 
Combined Systemic Disruption of MET and Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor Signaling Causes Liver Failure in Normal Mice
AJP in the News
A potential new way to treat some of the most common blinding diseases

Inhibition of Atypical Protein Kinase C Reduces Inflammation-Induced Retinal Vascular Permeability.  This article is also an Editor's Choice selection for October and is therefore FREE online to all readers.


Also see the corresponding Commentary: Atypical Protein Kinase C: Breaking Down Barriers in Ocular Disease?

Did you know…


...that when authors revise and resubmit their manuscript to The American Journal of Pathology, it gets accepted for publication over 96% of the time?


...that the average time to first decision on new manuscripts sent for full peer review is less than 35 days?


...that AJP remains the most cited journal in pathology, with over 39,000 citations last year?


...that you can find AJP on social media?  Click the icons below to follow us!




...that ASIP Regular Members receive discounts on publication page charges ($10 off per page) as well as a discount on Open Access enrollment fees ($500 off)?


...that AJP no longer charges additional fees for color figures or supplemental data?


...that our impact factor went up to 4.069 this year?


...that submission is free for all article types?


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October 2018
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